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Otoneuroophthalmological Neurophysiology,
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Publications by

Dr. med. Michael Kersebaum

21 publications on the archives

Validating a Spectrum of Equilibriometric Test for Office Use during 40 Years from 1970 till 2010

Validating a Spectrum of Equilibriometric Test for Office Use during 40 Years from 1970 till 2010 Claussen Erika et all Modern equilibriometry is a non-invasive investigation method. It allows establishing a neurootological topodiagnostic scheme, which leads to a correlated therapy of the various disequilibrium states. It also can be used for monitoring and guiding a […]


Trends in Neurootosurgery from 1970 till 2010.

Trends in Neurootosurgery from 1970 till 2010 Kersebaum Michael et all Giddiness and dizziness are very common amongst our patients.In Germany these signs occur in about 10 % of the patients of the general practitioner and in about 30 % of the ENT- specialist. Because of these quantities there is a great demand for vertigo […]


40 Years of Body Movement Analysis by CCG and Posturography between 1970 till 2010

40 Years of Body Movement Analysis by CCG and Posturography between 1970 till 2010 Heid Lorant et all The most sensitive indicator for giddiness and dizziness, i. e. human disequilibrium, are the motor reactions of the body. Already in the year 1848, Romberg designed the so-called Romberg standing test. In the year 1938, Unterberger designed […]


Differentiations in the Vestibular Caloric Test Results by means of Butterfly Patterns from 1970 till 2010

Differentiations in the Vestibular Caloric Test Results by means of Butterfly Patterns from 1970 till 2010Bencsik Bencsik Beata et all Principally, the caloric test of Barany is the most systematic test only stimulating one inner ear receptor, i. e., the lateral vestibular semicircular canal. Opposite to audiometry, you have no masking problems. For evaluating objectively […]


Discussions on Per- and Postrotatory Tests for Diagnostic Nystagmus Stimulation in the Neurootological Laboratory from 1970 till 2010

Abstract Discussions on Per- and Postrotatory Tests for Diagnostic Nystagmus Stimulation in the Neurootological Laboratory from 1970 till 2010 Bencze Gabor, et all The rotatory chair position is seated on a church-bell held with ball bearings. However, additionally, the bioelectrical potentials, which were derived by pairs of ENG-electrodes sitting on either side of the two […]


Evaluations upon Objective and Quantitative Monocular Nystagmus Analysis by Polygraphic ENG from 1970 till 2010

Evaluations upon Objective and Quantitative Monocular Nystagmus Analysis by Polygraphic ENG from 1970 till 2010 Nagy Elemer, et all Electronystagmography is the superior test analyzing eye movements with open and with closed eyes. The nystagmus signals to be generated by the human central nervous system start after the age of the 27th after procreation. The […]


Important Trends in the Vertigo Treatment during the Years 1970 till 2010 on an International Scale

Important Trends in the Vertigo Treatment during the Years 1970 till 2010 on an International Scale Claussen Claus F. et all Through the evaluation of more than 130.000 clinical neurootological cases we have designed a topodiagnostic equilibriometry. Medical action has to deal with the complaints of the patients, the medical diagnostics in morphology and function […]


Tinnitus in combination with a vestibular recruitment

Vestibular Stimulus Response Intensity Comparisons (VSRIC) leading to the definition of a vestibular recruitment can be achieved by using intensity graded supraliminal stimuli of two different pairs. The perrotatory nystagmus results should be compared to the ipsilateral caloric warm responses. Discrepancies in both these tests indicate a vestibular recruitment or other pathology, thus reflecting the […]


Neurootological test results in rehabilitation

For this study we have selected tinnitus patients who suffer from tinnitus during their professional life. Therefore this group has undergone a therapeutic rehabilitation therapy for tinnitus with a programmed ameliorative improving therapy with guidance, exercise, instructions and special tinnitus rehab-program. As has been proved by vestibular evoked cortical potentials, together with charting by means […]


Depressive disorders in relation to neurootological complaints like vertigo, dizziness, hearingloss and tinnitus

Depression is a mental state of depressed mood characterised by feelings of sadness, despair, and discouragement. Depression ranges from normal feelings of “the blues” through dysthymia to major depression. It in many ways resembles the grief and mourning that follow bereavement. There are often feelings of low self-esteem, guilt, and somatic symptoms such as eating […]


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